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Greek Companies Join Forces To Serve Tourism In Central and Northern Greece

Triaena Tours & Congress, Air Maritime Tourism Organization and Alpha Marketing have joined forces, experience, expertise and manpower to offer a wide range of new and innovative services to support businesses in Central and Northern Greece that specialize in congress tourism and...
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German Tourists Spend Most Lavishly In Greece

German tourists are Greece’s biggest spenders on an annual basis as they splashed out some 1.65 billion euros last year, according to the latest report of the Bank of Greece.

Tourism Arrivals/Revenue Up, Travel Agency Revenue Down

The recent data released by the Greek Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) seems in complete contrast with statements and figures that refer to this year’s increases in the Greek tourism sector, according to the Pan-Hellenic Federation of Tourism Enterprises (GEPOET).

ABTA Congress Explored Internet Positives And Negatives

The Association of British Travel Agent’s (ABTA) recent congress on Kos gave delegates some tasty food for thought. During the four-day event, which was perhaps the best-organized event ever held in Greece, up-market speakers attempted to foresee the future regarding travel and...

Greece Upgrades Tourism Facilities

The Hellenic Tourism Organization says that infrastructure improvements, mainly the expansion of island airports, have contributed to the increase in tourist arrivals.

Wayfare Aviation Presents Unexplored Scadinavia

For Greek travelers that wish to explore new and exciting Scadinavian destinations, Wayfare Aviation Services has a new product of special interest. In cooperation with the Norwegian Embassy in Greek and with SAS, Wayfare has produced a brochure that allows travelers to explore...

New Hatta Board Recommends Mergers

One of the first moves by the newly-elected president of the Hellenic Association of Travel and Tourism Agents (HATTA), Yiannis Evangelou, was to call the trade press corps to a working breakfast. The new president wanted to outline his plans for the association.